White Christmas Cocoa


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It’s officially Hot Chocolate Season.

As a kid, I can remember waking up on chilly mornings to the smell of oatmeal and hot cocoa simmering on the stove.  My Mom would pour each of us a cup in these cute little white mugs that had dancing teddy bears in hats on the sides of them.  We would pile the marshmellows on  and sip to our hearts content, and eat our oatmeal,  as our Dad would read to us before we got ready for school.

Now as a Mom with her first child in school this year, I look forward to re-creating that very same memory with my kids.  We don’t have white mugs with dancing bears, but I can make a meal pot of oatmeal and some of the best homemade hot chocolate around.


My personal favorite is White Christmas Cocoa.

White Christmas Cocoa by Diary of Daves Wife on iheartnaptime.com

It’s buttery and creamy, and piled up with whipped cream and marshmallows is quite heavenly.

It’s very easy to make, as long as you have the right ingredients:

White Christmas Cocoa by Diary of Daves Wife on iheartnaptime.com

The key indgreident to REALLY good cocoa, is  Good Quality Chocolate. When at the gorcery store, hit up the candy isle and find a nice big bar of premium chocolate.  Like Lindt.

White Christmas Cocoa by Diary of Daves Wife on iheartnaptime.com

My favorite way to make it, is by throwing all of the ingredients in a crockpot and allowing it to simmer down for a few hours. But if you want it quick, you can do this on the stove top too and have it ready in just minutes!

Just follow this simple recipe.

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White Christmas Cocoa


4 cups whole milk ( you can also substitue half and half or heavy cream or a combination of both)
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/4 tsp Cinnamon
8 oz. white chocolate, chopped into small pieces
Whipped Cream or marshmallows for topping


1. Stir together milk, chocolate, cinnamon,and vanilla in small saucepan.
2. Cook over medium-low heat, stirring occasionally, until the white hot chocolate comes to a simmer. (Do not let it come to a boil.)
3. Remove from heat and serve immediately, topped with whipped cream or marshmallows if desired.
Crock-pot Methood:
1.  Stir together milk, chocolate, cinnamon,and vanilla in bottom of crockpot.
2.  Set to Low Heat
3.  Allow to simmer for up to 2 hours.
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8 comments on “White Christmas Cocoa”

  1. I want to snuggle up to the fire with a cup of this and watch my favorite holiday movies! Then go back for seconds, of course!

  2. This sounds perfect, I can’t wait to try it! Thanks for the recipe!

  3. Holy cow…my sister LOVES white hot cocoa…need to show her this! This looks amazing!

  4. Love your site! Thanks for letting me in.

  5. How much does this recipe make? Excited to try it!

  6. How many servings does this make? 
    Thank you!

    • Depends on the size of mugs – this could generously serve four, but could also serve up to eight if you pour each person a little less or use smaller mugs. :)

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